Will the Tenth and Thirteenth Doctors Finally Meet Face-to-Face? Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2 [Preview]

The Thirteenth Doctor's crossover with the Tenth Doctor continues in Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2, out from Titan Comics this week, and with a preview below:

Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2

 

Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2

 

Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2

 

Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2

Thirteen and her companions have traveled back to London in the 60s, by accident, and found themselves involved in the events of the fan-favorite episode Blink. As the Doctor looked into Martha Jones (and realized how she felt about her… er, him…), and her companions tailed the Tenth Doctor, now they gather to discuss what to do next, or at least to figure out why the TARDIS brought them here.

Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2

It's useful to have a cop on the squad, isn't it? But when Martha runs into the Doctor again, she recognizes here and becomes suspicious.

Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2

But not enough to ask her how she knew her last name last issue? But how are the companions doing?

Doctor Who: Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2

The crossover continues when Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor Year Two #2 hits stores on Wednesday.

DOCTOR WHO 13TH SEASON TWO #2 CVR A TEMPLER
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(W) Jody Houser (A) Roberta Ingranata (CA) Hannah Templer
Eisner-nominated writer Jody Houser and Witchblade artist Roberta Ingranata return for a brand new story in the 13th Doctor comic series. As the Tenth and Thirteenth Doctor begin to cross timelines, the two become entwined in the machinations of their deadly enemies – the Weeping Angels and the Autons!
In Shops: Feb 12, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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